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  1. South Carolina sophomore wide receiver Ger-Cari Caldwell has entered the transfer portal, Gamecock Central has learned. The 6-foot-5, 200-pound Rock Hill native played in six games last season as a freshman and caught one pass for five yards. This season, however, Caldwell saw his playing time diminish and he appeared in just one game, recording no stats. A former three-star prospect from Northwestern High School, Caldwell technically has four years of eligibility left (due to last year being a COVID year) as he enters the portal.
  2. The Gamecocks are bringing back a senior day tradition under Shane Beamer Nov. 25, 2021 For the first time since 2015, South Carolina’s seniors will be recognized when the Gamecocks host Clemson. The Shane Beamer era is bringing back the tradition of always holding senior day the last home game of the regular season and every other year, including 2021, that final game is against the in-state rival Clemson Tigers. South Carolina hosts Auburn today and then renews its football rivalry with Clemson this year at 7:30 p.m. (SEC Network) on Saturday, Nov. 27. In odd-numbered years under coach Will Muschamp (2017 and 2019), the Gamecocks' opted to observe senior day at the game just prior to their annual home finale vs. the Tigers. South Carolina defeated Wofford 31-10 for senior day 2017 and lost 20-15 to Appalachian State in 2019. Muschamp went 0-4 against Clemson from 2016-19, and the Gamecocks fell to the Tigers by a combined score of 184-55 across those four meetings. Muschamp was fired seven games into the 2020 season, during which the annual meeting with Clemson was called off as the Gamecocks played an all-SEC schedule due to COVID-19 restrictions. The official senior day list those who will walk and be recognized before next weekend’s game won’t be finalized until later this coming week.
  3. DL Zacch Pickens says South Carolina football is taking that sixth win as a challenge. Sitting at 5-5 for the 2021 season, the Gamecocks have two chances to earn a single win needed for bowl eligibility with final home games against Auburn and Clemson. Pickens, a third-year veteran along the Gamecocks' defensive line, was assured the Gamecocks would reach the mark when speaking with reporters Tuesday. “One of the things that we’re trying to send our seniors and older guys with is a bowl game,” Pickens said. “That’s one thing we’re gonna give them.” First-year head coach Shane Beamer inherited a South Carolina program that went 2-8 in 2020 and hasn’t appeared in a bowl since the 2018 season, when the Gamecocks were shut out 28-0 by Virginia in the Belk Bowl. Preseason pundits estimated South Carolina would win three or four games, but the tune seemed to change when the Gamecocks earned their fifth win in a 40-17 rout of Florida. Running back Kevin Harris said a bowl berth could hush the doubts further.
  4. Watch as Auburn's head coach Bryan Harsin previews the Tigers match-up against the Gamecocks
  5. My take is we hired Beamer because this was the place he wanted to be, then why not offer this young man the same opportunity here. Doubles standard. usually this one will bit us in the ass like the young man playing for Missouri. Gamecocks offer or not, in-state quarterback having spectacular senior season Nov. 14, 2020 If the University of South Carolina or any other college football team was on the fence about offering Prometheus Franklin a scholarship, they should watch Friday’s game film against A.C. Flora, Greenville High coach Greg Porter says. The Greenville senior quarterback arguably had his best game of the season in the 27-26 win over the Falcons at Memorial Stadium in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs. Franklin threw for a season-high 361 yards and four touchdowns, including the game-winner to Tyler Brown with 28 seconds left. Franklin also showed he could take the hits from a relentless Flora defense and was on the turf for a bit after throwing the game-winning score. “I hope tonight, whether the Gamecocks was ever doubting whether he was a Gamecock or not, you see a kid with resiliency that is going to work hard,” Porter said. Franklin has made no secret of his desire to play for the Gamecocks. He had a Gamecock wristband on his left arm during Friday’s game that was played less than two miles from the edge of South Carolina’s campus. He has visited the school four times and likely will take another trip for the Clemson game.
  6. Man sitting on pins and needles waiting on the game Saturday. Man just hope the team that beat Florida shows up tomorrow at 4 not 8 when its over. Thoughts anyone?
  7. 2018 3-star LB Rosendo Louis has entered the portal as a grad transfer after totaling 16 tackles and 1 TFL during his South Carolina career
  8. Top Signs of the day “We want Jadyn Davis” — in reference to class of 2024 four-star quarterback prospect from Fort Mill’s Catawba Ridge High School “Cocks by Ninety” “Shane Storm” “The Shane Train doesn’t stop for lousy Wildcats” “Hey Kentucky, you ain’t going nowhere!” “Where’d your hair go, Paul?!” “At least we’re not Vanderbilt”
  9. South Carolina football: Why can't the Gamecocks run the football? Well, there are several reasons, actually South Carolina’s offensive line had a tall order Saturday, but the Gamecocks still fell short of expectations even against Georgia’s vaunted defensive front. The damage was ugly for the Garnet and Black: 3 sacks allowed, 6 tackles for loss, and even more hurries, pressures and quick throws. But this issue is not a one-time problem. The Gamecocks are tied for 12th in the SEC with 7 sacks allowed this season. The Gamecocks netted just 96 rushing yards, and 2.8 yards per carry. Coach Shane Beamer has tried to explain it but has not pinpointed a specific area. (ARTICLE LINK SDS)
  10. Shane Beamer Sunday night conference call quotes with audio Sept. 12, 2021 This Sunday night Beamer was still enjoying the benefits that come with victory, albeit not a pretty one. The Gamecocks practiced lightly Sunday night, and Beamer said quarterback Luke Doty was able to go harder than he did a week ago. He is expecting him to be 100% for this Saturday night but said he won’t run him out there if he isn’t. This week Doty will compete with Zeb Noland for the starting job, with a starter not likely to be named until gametime. Beamer: Said he'll never apologize for a win, regardless of how they played, though the team got better as the game went on, the last 17 minutes thought the team played well, loved how they kept the ball for the final 4:54 to win. Beamer: The pick 6 in the 2nd quarter was a big turn in-game, ECU was moving perhaps towards a touchdown, instead it becomes a one-score game Beamer: Lots to clean up in all three parts of the game, no new injury issues from the game, Doty did more in practice today than a week ago, expects him to be 100% this week, Sandidge is getting better but is out this week. Beamer: Need to be better in the running game from the start, ECU brought a lot of pressure, a lot of movement up front, didn't handle it well. Beamer: Would have been comfortable with any of the backs on the last series, they went with McDowell who had had a big kickoff return in the fourth quarter, he brings a lot of energy to the position. Beamer: Kirby Smart doesn't allow anyone in his building to get complacent after wins, and they are really good. Beamer: Not going to put Doty out there if he's not 100%, see how practice goes this week, competition will be going on at the position this week if Doty is able to go and push Noland. Beamer: Says Will Muschamp being at Georgia now won't have much impact on the game from his having insight on schemes as such, said it's not a big deal, he'll know the players. Said he's a great coach. It will all come down to the player. Beamer: Josh Vann has been awesome, a great leader, has done a lot of good things for them, very motivated and driven, proud of how he has handled his business on and off the field. Beamer: Second half at ECU proved to him he has a bunch of fighters and competitors on the team, guys never flinched, has a defense playing well, special teams making game-changing plays, offense getting better. Beamer: Noland early on missed some throws and some protections, but he made some great throws as the game went on, he got better as the game went on. Beamer: Stetson Bennett is a good quarterback and has started for Georgia in the past, they'll prepare whether it's Bennett or Daniels starting. Shane Beamer Sunday night conference call
  11. Shane Beamer: DC Clayton White deserves a lot of credit. First shutout since 2008 (Beamer was an asst. on that staff). Couldn't find a play where the defense wasn't working hard.
  12. Football 9/7/2021 USC SPORTS VIDEOS: East Carolina Week Availabilities With HC Beamer, Doty, Lioyd, Wonnum & Brad Johnson (VIEW ALL VIDEOS HERE)
  13. South Carolina should have key performers on both sides of the ball who missed the opener available to play against the Pirates. Running back Kevin Harris and backup quarterback Luke Doty missed the opener due to illness and injury, respectively, but Beamer confirmed that they will be ready for action next week. “Kevin will be back (Sunday); he was out with an illness and should be full speed at practice (Sunday) night,” Beamer said during his postgame press conference. “We expect Luke to be full speed by the end of the week.” Also back next week against East Carolina is senior safety R.J. Roderick, who is expected to be a key contributor in the secondary.
  14. https://collegefootballnews.com/2021/04/what-if-there-was-a-college-football-super-league-daily-cavalcade Thoughts
  15. https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/Article/South-Carolina-Gamecocks-football-Tonka-Hemingway-166648569/
  16. https://southcarolina.rivals.com/news/gray-wants-to-instill-new-dbu-mindset-at-south-carolina DBU. Boy it has been awhile since I heard that phrase. Would be nice if these players put their all into being just as good a some of those others from before.
  17. This is a great get, Will make a huge impact on the program with his background and is another high character hire by Beamer. GO down to E2: Chip Morton - Creating Human Connection
  18. Beamer Ball whats your predictions for his future here? lets cover 5 seasons all will be the normal 12 games(pre-COVID) predictions year 1 to 5. 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 What you say?
  19. Bobo updated the status of several Gamecocks from his Carolina calls show Dec. 03,2020 On senior WR Shi Smith, "he is good to go "for Saturday night's" game at Kentucky. ” Bobo said, “Shi went through the (concussion) protocol,. “He’s practiced all week. He wants to play. He wants to be with his team. how he’s practiced. moving on to other players on the injury front. Junior linebacker Ernest Jones is out, after suffering an ankle injury against Georgia. Senior defensive lineman Jabari Ellis hasn’t practiced all week, though Bobo didn’t rule him out for Kentucky. He's questionable to play against the Wildcats. Bobo did say “We think (Ellis) is going to be ready to go,” Bobo said, “But he hasn’t really practiced all week. A guy that’s a vet, who we had to move to end, so he’s played some end for us. We’re obviously thin up front with the front seven and thin with experience in the secondary, too.” Redshirt sophomore running back Deshaun Fenwick and junior defensive end Kingsley Enagbare won't be available this weekend. Bobo said previously that Fenwick tested positive for Covid-19. Neither played against Georgia.Senior defensive lineman Keir Thomas was doubtful, as of the team's latest injury update. At best, he would be a game-time decision, though he may not travel with the team. Freshman defensive lineman Jordan Burch is probably out, too.
  20. Report: South Carolina has interviewed 2nd candidate for head coaching job 11/25/2020 South Carolina has reportedly interviewed its second candidate for the head coaching job. SportsTalk South Carolina reported via Twitter that Louisiana head coach Billy Napier is the second candidate to be interviewed. “Per a source, Gamecocks have interviewed Louisiana coach Billy Napier,” the tweet reads. “The source said the interview was conducted via Zoom as Napier is dealing with Covid after testing positive.” SportsTalk also acknowledged a report from The Athletic that Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell was the first candidate interviewed. Napier has long been rumored to be a top candidate for the job for multiple reasons. The 41-year old has numerous ties to the Palmetto State as a former Furman quarterback a coach at Clemson and South Carolina State. After playing for Furman from 1999-2002, Napier became a Clemson grad assistant in 2003, a position he also held for the 2004 season. He left Clemson for one season to be South Carolina State’s quarterbacks coach in 2005. Napier returned to Clemson in 2006 as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator, positions he held until Tommy Bowden’s resignation in 2008. When Dabo Swinney took over as interim head coach, Napier was named quarterbacks coach and assisted Swinney with play-calling duties. Napier was then Swinney’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the 2009 and ’10 seasons. Napier also has SEC experience as an assistant coach. He was fired as Clemson’s offensive coordinator after the 2010 season and was one of the first coaches to land at Alabama in an analyst role. After being an Alabama analyst in 2011, Napier followed Jim McElwain to Colorado State as assistant head coach and QB coach in 2012. He returned to Alabama in 2013, joining Saban’s staff as wide receivers coach, a position he held through 2016. Napier was Arizona State’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2017 before taking the Louisiana head coaching job. At Louisiana, he is 25-11, leading the Ragin Cajuns to back-to-back bowl games. Louisiana is currently 7-1 on the season.
  21. (Coaching search updates for November 25th) Looks like the spitball for Louisville coach Scott Satterfield can be scraped off the wall and tossed into the garbage. Apparently responding to a report by Josh Kendall in The Athletic Tuesday night that he would be interviewed by the Gamecocks after Thanksgiving, Satterfield issued a statement that seems to indicate he is staying put with the Cardinals. Satterfield put his message out on his Twitter: Kendall also reported the Gamecocks had interviewed Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell. Kendall did not cite a specific date for the interview. Reached by text for confirmation Tuesday night, Chadwell replied as if he were being asked if he interviewed on Tuesday. “Lol I have been at practice and we are watching video right now. Not true. I was here all day.” Asked if he had interviewed any other day over the last week with the Gamecocks, Chadwell did not respond. Coastal AD Matt Hogue said he had not been contacted by USC regarding permission to talk with his coach, but that practice is rarely, if ever, followed these days. Kendall also reported Oklahoma coach Shane Beamer will interview after Thanksgiving, something that has been expected since the beginning of the search. We would also expect Louisiana coach Billy Napier to have an in person interview once he’s recovered from his bout with Covid. Army coach Jeff Monken, who was hired by Caslen at West Point, and Liberty coach Hugh Freeze are two others who could be in line for interviews. A source tells us Las Vegas Raiders assistant head coach Rich Bisaccia has had conversations with people around the program about the job, but not with the decision makers at this point. The source said Bisaccia craves the USC job and feels like he would strong impress Ray Tanner and Bob Caslen if he could get his plan in front of them.
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